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Notes from the Dean

Last year was simply a remarkable year for the College!

STARS of Texas Boost Research

Three world-class additions to the College faculty last year


Little Mavs Moving Academy improves kids’ motor skills

Staying Strong

Research aims to understand and treat muscle loss

Safe at Home

Smart Care uses technology to help seniors live independently

Child’s Play

Questionnaire aids parents in evaluating household items

Getting Sound Advice

Advisors help students navigate degree options

Serving Others

Motivated by family and the dream of a better life, Ali Alrubaiee became an American and earned his nursing degree

Going Full Throttle

Rachel Kroener works to make Paralympic team

Mexican study program makes lasting memories

Participants enjoyed trips to cultural events and health care facilities.

Professors earn nursing honors

Two faculty received one of the highest honors in their field

Helping others save lives

Beth Mancini played a chief role in developing 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines Update

New advances power change in adaptive sports

New prosthetics and adaptive equipment give disabled athletes a competitive edge

College launches doctoral program in kinesiology

This fall, UTA will welcome doctoral students into a new kinesiology program

Teaming up

Kinesiology professor started an afternoon soccer program to create healthier lifestyles for local kids

Student leader inspires change

Making a difference is almost second nature to Chandler Tice

Follow Up

To the nth Degree

Multiple degrees from UTA have enhanced the career of Laurie Lewis, chief nursing officer for USMD Hospital at Arlington.

Making an Impact

Alumna heads American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Paying It Forward

Alumna honors husband with Dream Makers donation

Training for a new field

Katie Clark already had a successful nursing career when a thirst for something new led her to UTA

Paving the way for career change

Bryce Geeslin had an undergraduate degree in nutrition but realized a career in nursing was his real goal